Note:ISS results. This article may be obtained online without charge.
Journal Impact Factor:12.68
Funding:"The biomarker data were shared from the Biochemistry Profile project, which was funded by the NASA Human Research Program's Human Health Countermeasures Element." J.D. Sibonga and S.M. Smith are affiliated with NASA Johnson Space Center.
Greene KA, Withers SS, Lenchik L, Tooze JA, Weaver AA.
Trunk skeletal muscle changes on CT with long-duration spaceflight.
Ann Biomed Eng. 2021 Feb 18. Online ahead of print.
Funding:"Funding was provided by the NASA Human Research Program (NNX16AP89G). Katelyn Greene is supported by a NIH/NIA Predoctoral Fellowship (F31 AG069414), and Dr. Ashley Weaver is supported by a NIH/NIA Career Development Award (K25 AG058804)."
Roy-O'Reilly M, Mulavara A, Williams T.
A review of alterations to the brain during spaceflight and the potential relevance to crew in long-duration space exploration.
Note:From the article: "This review summarizes the current findings of neuroimaging-evaluated changes to the brain after spaceflight, and includes comparison to data from spaceflight analog studies. We have also reviewed the evidence indicating that mission duration is a key factor in spaceflight-associated brain alterations, and have highlighted potential sources of CNS-related risk to crew performance during spaceflight." This article may be obtained online without charge.
Journal Impact Factor:0.994
Funding:"Published in cooperation with the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, with the support of NASA." T. Williams is affiliated with NASA Johnson Space Center.
Roberts DR, Collins HR, Lee JK, Taylor JA, Turner M, Zaharchuk G, Wintermark M, Antonucci MU, Mulder ER, Gerlach DA, Asemani D, McGregor HR, Seidler RD.
Altered cerebral perfusion in response to chronic mild hypercapnia and head-down tilt bed rest as an analog for spaceflight.
Neuroradiology. 2021 Feb 15. Online ahead of print.
Funding:"E.U. and J.H.W. were supported by the Translational Research Institute for Space Health through NASA NNX16AO69A. None of the authors has a financial or proprietary interest in any material or method mentioned."
Song Y, Min J, Yu Y, Wang H, Yang Y, Zhang H, Gao W.
Wireless battery-free wearable sweat sensor powered by human motion.
Note:This article may be obtained online without charge.
Journal Impact Factor:13.116
Funding:"This work was supported by the California Institute of Technology Startup Grant and the Translational Research Institute through NASA NNX16AO69A. We gratefully acknowledge critical support and infrastructure provided for this work by the Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech."
Padgen MR, Liddell LC, Bhardwaj SR, Gentry D, Marina D, Parra M, Boone T, Tan M, Ellingson L, Rademacher A, Benton J, Schooley A, Friedericks C, Hanel RP, Ricco AJ, Bhattacharya S, Maria SRS.
BioSentinel: A biofluidic nanosatellite monitoring microbial growth and activity in deep space.
Funding:"This work was supported by NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) Program Office." M.R. Padgen, L.C. Liddell, S.R. Bhardwaj, D. Gentry, D. Marina, M. Parra, T. Boone, M. Tan, L. Ellingson, A. Rademacher, J. Benton, A. Schooley, C. Friedericks, R.P. Hanel, A.J. Ricco, S. Bhattacharya, and S.R.S. Maria are affiliated with NASA Ames Research Center.
Sapoval N, Mahmoud M, Jochum M, Liu Y, Elworth RAL, Wang Q, Albin D, Ogilvie H, Lee MD, Villapol S, Hernandez K, Maljkovic Berry I, Foox J, Beheshti A, Ternus K, Aagaard K, Posada D, Mason C, Sedlazeck FJ, Treangen TJ.
Hidden genomic diversity of SARS-CoV-2: Implications for qRT-PCR diagnostics and transmission.
Genome Res. 2021 Feb 18;gr.268961.120. Online ahead of print.
Note:Update of: Hidden genomic diversity of SARS-CoV-2: implications for qRT-PCR diagnostics and transmission. Sapoval N, Mahmoud M, Jochum MD, Liu Y, Elworth RAL, Wang Q, Albin D, Ogilvie H, Lee MD, Villapol S, Hernandez KM, Berry IM, Foox J, Beheshti A, Ternus K, Aagaard KM, Posada D, Mason CE, Sedlazeck F, Treangen TJ. bioRxiv. 2020 Jul 2:2020.07.02.184481. doi: 10.1101/2020.07.02.184481. Preprint. PMID: 32637955. This article was previously in CA #907 as a preprint in the bioRxiv preprint server. This article may be obtained online without charge.
Journal Impact Factor:11.093
Funding:"N.S. and Y.L. are supported by the Department of Computer Science, Rice University. Q.W., D.A., T.J.T, and R.A.L.E. are supported by startup funds from Rice University. M.J. is supported under NIH award No. R01HD091731 from the NICHD. F.J.S. acknowledges funding and part of the data was produced by Baylor College of Medicine under NIAID (U19AI144297-01). A.B. is supported by supplemental funds for COVID-19 research from Translational Research Institute through NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AO69A (T-0404) and further funding was provided by KBR, Inc. D.P. is supported by the European Research Council (ERC-617457-PHYLOCANCER), Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, and Xunta de Galicia."
Carrasco-Leon A, Ezponda T, Meydan C, Valcárcel LV, Ordoñez R, Kulis M, Garate L, Miranda E, Segura V, Guruceaga E, Vilas-Zornoza A, Alignani D, Pascual M, Amundarain A, Castro-Labrador L, Martín-Uriz PS, El-Omri H, Taha RY, Calasanz MJ, Planes FJ, Paiva B, Mason CE, San Miguel JF, Martin-Subero JI, Melnick A, Prosper F, Agirre X.
Characterization of complete lncRNAs transcriptome reveals the functional and clinical impact of lncRNAs in multiple myeloma.